- 英[pɪk ʌp]
- 美[pɪk ʌp]
- v.捡起; 接载; 学会; 逮捕;
The trucks waited at the warehouse to pick up their loads.
She stooped down to pick up the child.
She would cleverly pick up on what I said.
They depend on the goodwill of visitors to pick up rubbish.
I had leaned over to pick up some change, and the next thing I knew I felt this terrible pain in my ankle.
A good dose of tonic will help you to pick up.
He stooped to pick up the carrier bag of groceries.
I'll pick up on what I said a couple of minutes ago.
He raced to pick up the lifejackets while his stepmother sent out a Mayday call.
They were made to listen to white noise, such as static of the sort you might pick up between radio stations.
Chinese officials hope that trade will pick up when the two countries switch to hard currency.
We drove to the airport the next morning to pick up Susan.
Consumers in Europe are slow to pick up trends in the use of information technology.
How dare you pick up the phone and listen in on my conversations!
Nick hollered for her to pick up her orders.
It's difficult to pick up the threads of a conversation when it has been interrupted.
The dog turned tail when he saw the man pick up a stone to throw at him.
If you fail now, who will pick up the pieces?
He knelt down to pick up his hat.
As Jim bent over to pick up the pen, he felt a sharp pain in his back.
We must pick up the pieces of our political defeat, and start working towards the next election.
They stopped off to pick up some food.
Children, it's time to pick up and have supper.
When is the weather going to pick up? It's been bad for weeks.
On the village green, where you pick up sides and no feeling of local patriotism is involved, it is possible to play simply for the fun and exercise.
在一块乡村草坪上, 你为双方挑选队员,并不涉及地方感情问题, 只有这样才可能单纯为娱乐和锻炼而赛球.
Out of sheer boredom I would pick up a book and read on and on.
Business began to pick up towards summer.
He is beginning to pick up after the operation.
1. take and lift upward
2. take up by hand;
"He picked up the book and started to read"
3. give a passenger or a hitchhiker a lift;
"We picked up a hitchhiker on the highway"
4. gather or collect;
"You can get the results on Monday"
"She picked up the children at the day care center"
"They pick up our trash twice a week"
5. get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally;
"I learned that she has two grown-up children"
"I see that you have been promoted"
6. get in addition, as an increase;
"The candidate picked up thousands of votes after his visit to the nursing home"
7. take into custody;
"the police nabbed the suspected criminals"
8. buy casually or spontaneously;
"I picked up some food for a snack"
9. recieve (perceptual input);
"pick up a signal"
10. lift out or reflect from a background;
"The scarf picks up the color of the skirt"
"His eyes picked up his smile"
11. meet someone for sexual purposes;
"he always tries to pick up girls in bars"
12. fill with high spirits; fill with optimism;
"Music can uplift your spirits"
13. get better;
"Her performance in school picked up"
14. perceive with the senses quickly, suddenly, or momentarily;
"I caught the aroma of coffee"
"He caught the allusion in her glance"
"ears open to catch every sound"
"The dog picked up the scent"
"Catch a glimpse"
15. eat by pecking at, like a bird
16. gain or regain energy;
"I picked up after a nap"
临时凑合起来进行比赛 开始盯人 提出 救起 抱起 拾球 反弹球 加速游